For those who love hand made lace.
Tulle embroidery. There are 2 kinds of embroidery on hexagonal net: Needlerun embroidery (Limerick), and tambour work, made with a tambour hook or chain stitch worked with a needle. Also called Lierse lace (Lier lace) or Coggeshall lace.
Latest Activity: May 13
Photos of needlerun and tambour embroidery, including stitches https://www.pinterest.com/lynxlacelady/tulle-embroidery/ ;
Some good photos and diagrams of stitches, and her work: http://puntades.blogspot.com.es/search/label/Clases%20de%20tul
The middle of this album has a sampler of needlerun stitches https://plus.google.com/photos/112922225682870831621/albums/5579838168728481249?banner=pwa
Work in Process
online resources- https://laceioli.ning.com/group/embroidered-net/page/online-resources
Full set of videos from that site:
I have collected several links here, also photos: http://lynxlace.com/embroideryonnet.html
Hello!I would like to know if anyone here makes/ or has done embroidery on a netted background. I am planning on making something that resembles alencon lace (alencon lace stitches on the motifs and…Continue
Started by Stephen Bonapart. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Administrator May 17, 2015.
Please have a look at my wedding veil album. I called that lace needlerun because that's pretty much what I did - run the needle through the meshes until I had created the design I wanted. I have…Continue
Started by Kathleen Minniti. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Administrator Jun 22, 2014.